Question about Intel Motherboard
You may want to try to reset your CMOS.
Try to locate the manual for this particular motherboard. The manual should show you the location of the CMOS jumper on the motherboard. Once you have located the information that will tell you which pins on the jumper have to be shorted to clear the CMOS, you can start the process of clearing CMOS.
But before you change the pin settings, you must make sure that your computer is completely powered down. You must remove your power source to the unit, because CMOS is where the BIOS settings are saved when the unit is turned off but yet it still receives power.
If you succeed with clearing the CMOS and can bootup,get to the BIOS settings make sure you go to the PNP/PCI settings are set not to lose the new settings
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
1.may be the smps(power supply) not be proper.check power supply......
2.processor may be corrupted
3.bios cell may not be working proper
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Asus Motherboard not booting
Once you,ve Flashed The Bios unsucessfully the board is dead.
Theres Nothing You Can Do, Unless The Bios-Chip Is In A Socket On The Motherboard, Which Is Removable.
You Can Then Send It To A company to have the bios re-flashed.
The Bios Is The Motherboards Memory. Instructing it What to Do on Boot-up, what it,s capabilitys are, what to do, what to look for
For when they,re connected to it, what how to configure items. et,c et,c. By re-flashing The Bios.
You,ve rendered The Board Useless
The Valuable Lesson Here Is. If it,s Not Broken Don,t Try to Fix It. Look On The Internet For Bios/eeprom Reprogramming.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted @ 09.21 AM ( G.M.T )
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
SOURCE: Cannot change cmos settings.
Open case somewhere on motherboard will be (reset BIOS) or word to that effect. it will be a small 2 pin connector with a jumper on 1 pin connect the jumper across both pins for 30 seconds remove jumper fit back over 1 pin (not get lost) reboot your BIOS should have reset to default hope this helps post comment if does please
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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